Travel to Zagreb
The main airport of Croatia is in Zagreb, lying at Pleso, 17km from the city centre. The Airport of Zagreb offers a large number of services, like of car rental, travel agencies, post office, bank, restaurants, and shops. You can take a taxi, but the airport operates a regular shuttle bus, leaving every half an hour to the city centre, the tickets cost 30 Kunas / 4,5 Euros (Tel: 1-633-1999).
Many airlines offer services to Croatia
Croatia Airlines, Adria Airways, Aeroflot, Air Bosnia, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Air Canada, CSA, German Wings GmbH, KLM - Northwest, Lufthansa, LOT, Malaysian Airlines, Malev, Turkish Airlines.
You'll find regular international flights to Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tel Aviv, Vienna and Zurich.
Travelling by car to Croatia is very comfortable, thanks to the good connections to the European highways. The majority of the visitors still arrive from the European countries choosing this option. Travelling inside Croatia is the easiest and most comfortable using either a rented, or your own car. Car rental is available in all of the larger cities, airports.
You will need a valid driving license, automobile registration card and the vehicle insurance documents (including Green Card).
50 km/h - within built-up areas
90 km/h - outside built-up areas
110 km/h - on major motor routes
130 km/h - on motorways
80 km/h - for motor vehicles with a caravan trailer
80 km/h - for buses and buses with a light trailer
Driving with headlights is obligatory during both day and night.
Mobile phones: Use of mobile phones while driving is not permitted
Maximum permitted amount of alcohol in blood: 0.0 per mill!
Use of seat belts is obligatory.
All petrol stations sell Eurosuper 95, Super 95, Super 98, Super plus 98, Normal and Euro Diesel fuel.
You can reach Zagreb with a direct line from Slovenia, Italy, Austria and Germany, Czech Republic and Switzerland. Travelling by bus is very cheap, the bus network is very comprehensive, and the Zagreb coach station is situated 20 minutes walk from the city centre.
Zagreb is connected to a number of Eurocity lines, direct lines to Zagreb depart from Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia and Montenegro. The EC and IC services offer the same high standards, as in any other countries, including restaurant, sleeping car, the train stations are all equipped with post office, newsstand, shops, and snack bars. Zagreb's main station is situated just 10 minutes walk from the main square.
Eurocity and Intercity:
EC "Mimara": München - Salzburg - Villach - Ljubljana - Zagreb;
IC "Croatia": Vienna - Maribor - Zagreb;
IC "Sava": München - Salzburg - Villach - Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd;
IC "Kvarner": Budapest - Zagreb - Rijeka;
IC "Podravka": Osijek - Nasice - Virovitica - Koprivnica - Zagreb
"Olimpus": Zagreb - Beograd - Skoplje - Solun
Tel: 1 481 1892